Departments of Labor in Wisconsin

There are 1 Departments of Labor in Wisconsin, serving a population of 5,763,217 people in an area of 54,145 square miles. There is 1 Department of Labor per 5,763,217 people, and 1 Department of Labor per 54,144 square miles.

The state of Wisconsin is ranked 45th in Departments of Labor per capita, and 42nd in Departments of Labor per square mile.

List of WI Departments of Labor

Find Wisconsin departments of labor, DOL or DOLE offices.

Madison Wisconsin Department of Labor 201 East Washington Avenue Madison, WI

Wisconsin Labor Statistics

Find Wisconsin Labor Force Participation Rates by Age and Labor Force Participation Rates by Educational Attainment. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Wisconsin Labor Force Participation Rates
 WisconsinUnited States
Labor Force Participation Rate66.7%63.3%
Male84.4%82.2%
Female78.7%72.6%
Persons with Disabilities46.2%41.7%
Wisconsin Labor Force Participation Rates by Age
 WisconsinUnited States
Age 16-1951.8%38.0%
Age 20-2481.5%74.6%
Age 25-2987.1%82.6%
Age 30-3486.7%82.6%
Age 35-4486.7%82.6%
Age 45-5485.4%80.5%
Age 55-5977.5%72.3%
Age 60-6459.0%56.4%
Age 65-7424.1%25.7%
Age 75+6.2%6.6%
Wisconsin Labor Force Participation Rates by Educational Attainment
 WisconsinUnited States
Less than High School Graduate61.1%60.5%
High School Graduate (Including Equivalency)77.3%72.4%
Some College or Associate's Degree83.1%79.2%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher88.4%86.4%